The Egyptian winger was snared following 62 minutes for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with his side following, leaving many asking why Klopp took his most deadly player so far in the 2020/21 mission off.
Salah, who has scored the most objectives for Liverpool this season, was noticeably disturbed when his saw his number going up, yet his chief has since clarified that he felt his headliner looked somewhat depleted on the evening.
"I would not like to hazard it," Klopp told the BBC.
"It is all fine, I settle on choices that I believe are directly at the time."
The German tactican confronted a number inquiries concerning the point from the media after the match, later revealing to Sky Sports: "I just welcomed on substance legs, (Salah) appeared as though today he endured a piece, he played a great deal of games.
"I might have taken off Sadio (Mane) or Bobby (Firmino), that is all unmistakable, yet at that point it looked like Mo. (James) Milner we purchased on to awaken them a piece and keep them in the game since we required one circumstance."
Salah's representative Ramy Abbas Issa created more turmoil, subsequent to responding to the replacement with a secretive tweet.
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